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    Push Button

    Working Wood Combination Padlock.
    Body was stained with Dark Walnut and is made from a solid block of Maple which measures 2" wide at the base, 2-3/4" wide at the top and
    stands 5" high.
    Buttons are Maple Dowel and the Shackle is Ash.
    As always comments and or suggestions are appreciated.
    Thanks for looking.

    Les
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    That is just too beautiful.

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    That's awesome, Les. How many hours go into a project like that?
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    That is cool!! Beautiful work! Do you have a set of plans you care to share?
    Jon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathan Shively View Post
    That is cool!! Beautiful work! Do you have a set of plans you care to share?
    You can find his book on ebay at http://books.shop.ebay.com/?_from=R4...ler&_sacat=267

    Also it is available at Amazon.com
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    That is just too nifty for words.
    Now, if I only had some Canadian money to protect.
    All I have is a buncha wooden nickles.

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